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How are Child Custody Cases decided in Pennsylvania Courts?

Although the final decision in any custody case is made by a Judge, almost every county has some preliminary process, which varies from county to county. In Blair County, the parties initially meet with an intake worker from the child custody office. If no agreement is reached, a conference is scheduled with a mediator, who […]

What To Do If You Are Denied Visitation With Your Child

Visitation, including partial or shared custody, is the means by which the absent parent stays involved in their children’s lives. Make Sure That You Have a Child Custody Order There isn’t much you can do to enforce your rights, unless you have a court order. It is fairly easy to obtain one, particularly if the […]